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- 12 Feb 2018, 20:53
- Forum: Rifles and Ammo
- Topic: How important are scope mounts
- Replies: 5
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If you're using a Yukon Photon, fully adjustable mounts like the Sportsmatch ATP66 are pretty essential to get a good zero. The Photon isn't exactly centred correctly or consistent in manufacture.
Try it with the middle popped out of the lens cap,so as to give a 20mm aperture.You will need to refocus your objective lens. The XT centre cap doesn't pop out. Mine does - bought spring 2016 Sorry lads, it does, I converted mine to Extreme and never looked properly. Never had white out though unle...
C.J wrote:Try it with the middle popped out of the lens cap,so as to give a 20mm aperture.You will need to refocus your objective lens.
The XT centre cap doesn't pop out.
Hi what lens have you got on the extreme? Regards Dan Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk It's a Hanimar 55 mm with the M42 thread. I got it off the Bay for about £20.00. You don't need to spend massive money as it's all in the dark anyway, but being able to adjust the shutter blades makes a diff...
Yukon Photon XT and a Ludicrous Lumens IR unit fitted to my .177 Air Ranger, zeroed and out tonight, battle commenced at 19.20, by 20.00 there were four in the bag, best shot at 45 yards. I only packed up after the resident horse started to get a bit rowdy, didn't fancy trying to aim my shooting sti...
Many thanks for replies just realised the problem after suggestions the lens I have has auto / manual switch on its side it had moved over to auto that's why the contrast didn't change when adjusting (stupid me) yes you are correct in trying different size hole in lens cap which I have been trying ...
- 29 Mar 2017, 22:06
- Forum: Hunting Shack and Gallery
- Topic: RABBITS(or lack of ?)
- Replies: 12
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Loads in Cheshire, but they seem to get depleted by mixy etc, then bounce back. Went to one of my perms last November, mixy had wiped them out. By early February the landowner was ringing me to attend. How they bred during winter I don't know, but as it has been mild, maybe the diseases and the bunn...